Cannabis contains hundreds of different chemical compounds known as cannabinoids. The two most studied and best understood are THC (Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) and Cannabidiol, or CBD. THC, as most people know, is the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects (euphoria, increased creativity, increased relaxation) or “high” associated with cannabis, although it has also been shown to contain anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Whereas, CBD is less psychoactive, or even non-psychoactive, depending on the strain.
Strains high in CBD possess significant medical benefits, including relief from inflammation, pain, anxiety, seizures, spasms and other conditions. The ratio of THC to CBD appears to play a role in determining the specific therapeutic benefits for each individual—the two work together to regulate one another and produce a synergy of effects.
Here are 6 commercially available high CBD strains I like. They provide both home growers and licensed cultivation centers with predictable results
👉🏽 https://www.edrosenthal.com/ed-rosenthals-best-buds/you-will-want-to-try-these-6-cbd-strains 👆🏾 Link in my bio 👆🏾 What strains would you add to the list?
Photo Lawrence Ringo who pioneered CBD genetics 🙏🏽 Founder @southern_humboldt_seeds
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